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Hygrophila Pinnatifida

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Hygrophila Pinnatifida is a unique plant that originates from India. The leaves can range from brown, purple, red, green or yellow depending on the conditions that its kept in. This plant does best under high lighting with Co2 and fertilization.

Rotala sp. Bonsai

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Rotala Bonsai is a trade name for the originally known plant Rotala Indica, it can be easily identified among other Rotala by it flowers. Rotala Indica/ Rotala Bonsai is very suited in nano aquariums thanks to its smaller leaves. The round leaves looks best when its planted together in large portions.

Taxiphyllum Flame

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Taxiphyllum Flame moss got its name from its form of growth. Tight, vertical and softly undulating shoots give the impression of a deep green campfire, 5-15 cm high. The special shape makes Flame moss very suitable for horizontal surfaces and it only spreads slowly horizontally. Attach the moss to small stones or in small bundles on tree roots to obtain a lovely effect.

Cryptocoryne Becketii

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Cryptocoryne Becketii  leaves are generally smaller and more slender with a dark green to olive brown and a purple underside. As with all crypt plants, this plant can be sensitive to changes in water parameters and don’t like to be moved. It is normal for the plant to undergo “crypt melt” when introduced to a new tank, or if water conditions change too much. The leaves of the plant begin to rot and essentially melt away. If this process begins, you can cut away any rot and attempt to stabilize the water. They should produce new growth once they have acclimated. These plants will also melt if the lighting is too strong. Moderate to low lighting is sufficient for this plant.

Cryptocoryne lancea ‘araguaia’ sp.chai

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This is an extremely rare mutation of the more commonly known Hygrophila Lancea Araguaia. This aquatic plant features leaves that are olive red with light pink tips that grow in a similar fashion to regular Araguaia. This aquatic plant is so rare.

Glossostigma Elatinoides

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Glossostigma Elatinoides is a very popular plant for Japanese-style tanks. It is one of the smallest aquarium plants, which makes it ideal for the foreground. A difficult-to-care-for plant that needs a lot of light. If the lighting is too weak, it tends to grow upwards. Must not be shaded off by larger plants. When planting, make small tufts (approx. 1/8 of the pot) and plant at a distance of only a few centimetres. Thus you will get a ground-covering group in less time. The injection of CO2 and soft water enhance growth considerably.

Bacopa Monnieri Platinum

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Bacopa Platinum Tissue Culture is an uncommon mutation of the popular aquarium plant, Moneywort or Water Hyssop. It is one of the first plants to be featured in the aquarium market and requires regular upkeep and pruning to remain in compact form when reaching for the light source. It is tougher to cultivate than the original green color since it lacks the green pigment necessary for photosynthesis.

Bacopa Monnieri Green

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Bacopa monnieri Green grows relatively slow under aquarium conditions. It is easy to grow and tolerates hard and alkaline water (pH value up to 8), however it prefers good lighting. CO2 supply is not absolutely necessary but enhances the growth, as for all aquarium plants. Nutrient deficiencies are not readily visible except that the growth slows down. In tanks with high CO2 concentration and strong lighting, regular macro- and micronutrient supply is necessary. As well as other stem plants, this Bacopa is easily propagated by cuttings. It may also develop runner-like creeping shoots at the base of the stems. This relatively small-leaved Bacopa species looks best as a group in the midground to background where it provides a contrasting accent with its light green coloration. It is also well suited to create "plant streets" in Dutch style aquariums. Bacopa monnieri is also interesting as emersed plant for paludariums and Wabi-Kusa. It has a creeping or hanging growth habit in its terrestrial form. Good lighting provided, one can expect its nice white to light mauve flowers.

Rotala Macrandra Mini Gold

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Rotala Macrandra Mini "Gold" is a captivating aquatic plant prized for its unique golden-yellow coloration and intricate, compact growth pattern. Hailing from the Lythraceae family, this miniature Rotala variant is a sought-after choice for aquascaping due to its ability to add a touch of warmth and brilliance to freshwater aquariums. Its delicate foliage and bushy structure make it a standout feature in planted tanks.

Limnophila Aquatica sp. Dwarf

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Limnophila Aquatica sp. Dwarf is a native of southeast Asia, where it grows along the banks of slow moving to stagnant bodies of water. It differs from the similarly sized L. aquatica in that the leaves near the shoot apex are pale green with a red tinge. Although it has been in the hobby for many years, L. sp. Dwarf is a very rare plant in the United States. However, one could always procure it from vendors that regularly import plants from Oriental Aquariums in Singapore. When growing conditions are to its liking, L. sp. Dwarf grows at an astonishing pace that is typical for its genus. It spreads invasively into other plant groupings by producing runner-like stems at the base. To prune, simply cut the more robust top portions and replant. Propagation can be done by snipping off a side shoot from the main stem and replanting it into the substrate. This fine-leaved stem plant is an excellent candidate for the background of medium to large sized aquariums. It looks especially beautiful in Dutch layouts where it is carefully contrasted with plants of differing leaf sizes, textures, and colors.

Alternanthera Reineckii Rosanervig

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Alternanthera Reineckii Rosanervig features vivid pink leaves with lightly colored veins. Similar to other species in the Alternanthera family, this aquatic plant will grow best when provided with good aquarium lighting and a consistent fertilizer regiment. This species is slightly more sensitive and has a softer stem, so care should be taken when handling this aquatic plant. If given the best care, this aquatic plant is striking as a background choice in smaller aquariums or as a midground in larger planted tanks. Make sure to remove the lead weight and sponge from the stems and plant each stem individually before planting into your aquarium substrate.

Riccia Fluitans

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Riccia Fluitans is a light green crystalwort that can be grown tied to hardscape or left as a floating plant. If tied to hardscapes, using a fine cotton or fishing line is the easiest way and can be a very fast growing and easy foreground. However, Riccia Fluitans is very useful as a floater as well, works great as a safety cover for shy fish and shrimps, where the added canopy will reduce jumping and skittish behaviors.